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ABC
Dec 9, 2012 7:00am PST
? >> chris christie. >> chris christie. >> reporter: but this time, it's trucks. trysts. and tantrums. great tv? >> this is the white trash, redneck "jersey shore." >> reporter: not according to the critics. >> what i saw in the promo reel was an orgy of young people with utter and complete lack of any concern for their future. i was astonished. >> reporter: and it's not even the critics shooting the strongest criticism. joe manchin the re-elected senator of west virginia. >> i understand they took five, six different takes to get them act outrageously. to get it really sensational. >> reporter: he's steaming. >> what i saw is not what i see in everyday life in west virginia. >> reporter: manchin is so angry he fired off a letter to mtv defending the dignity of his state, calling for changes, something that chris christie tried in new jersey. >> "jersey shore," positive for new jersey or negative? >> negative for new jersey. >> reporter: mtv nothing but support for "buckwild." >> these kids from grown up in the hills of west virginia. they live life loud and proud and we follow that adventur
ABC
Dec 9, 2012 8:00am PST
or governor christie, their brand has to change to win the election. >> mary? >> you just say that one of those guys don't look like normal problems. that's disdifference between conservatives and liberals. ideas are dangerous for good or evil. can i just say we're missing the reality here, the federal office aren't the entirety of our problem. we have mayors who are making progress in all kinds of states and all kinds of different people are stepping up to run for office. rubio and ryan are very deep in policy. policies have been reflected in huge successes in indiana and wisconsin and across the country and everywhere republicans hold the majorities of the governor ship. >> two speeches, written, a nice-looking guy, take a good shot. they had a vote, they had a vote and it was a treaty that dick thornburg negotiated that bush pushed through, that everybody was about how you treat disabled people, it was not enforceable. somebody said, if you pass this, they're going to break into your house and you won't be able to homeschool your kids unless you have ramp. 36 republicans voted again
ABC
Dec 5, 2012 7:00am PST
by jared and christy fry, a utah couple that wanted to expand their family. the toddler, who turns 2 in march, has been with them since her birth. but a judge has ordered them to return the little girl to her father, within 60 days. and the clock is ticking. >> he has a fundamental right to raise his own child. they can help, if they want to. it's up to them. >> reporter: the frys appear ready to fight. in a statement to abc news, their attorneys say, they believe the district court made errors with their decision. meantime, achaen says he will do what it takes to get his daughter. the next hearing in this case is scheduled for january 16th. and terry's attorney tells us that is to discus the transition of the child. >>> let's bring in "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams, in this case. the judge in this case said he was astonished and deeply troubled. it's hard to believe that a baby can be given up for adoption without consent. >> this is a clear in my view legal case. this is a married father. if this was an unmarried father, this might be a tougher case. questions of abandonment and i
ABC
Dec 5, 2012 1:40am PST
. >> it was a high. a little bit of a high. >> reporter: meet christie, a former extreme couponer who ditched the scissors after a three-year run. >> reporter: what was the straw that broke the camel's back? >> spending seven, eight hours on black friday going to cvs, walgreen's to get more of things i had 100 of. >> reporter: so she kicked the habit cold turkey. any withdrawals? >> i'm okay. i can walk past a drugstore without needing to go in. so i think i've broken the addiction. >> reporter: now she's telling all. call it "confessions of an ex-couponaholic." confession one, the freebies aren't so desirable and can lead to hoarding and stockpiling. >> saving money on things you wouldn't otherwise buy and things you don't need. >> reporter: confession two, extreme couponing often lead to an unhealthy diet. >> you can't get fresh organic produce. that stuff just doesn't go on sale. >> reporter: confession three, it is a time-consuming obsession. >> if you're going to spend five to ten hours doing something, get a part-time job. don't spend it doing extreme couponing. >> reporter: she has tip
ABC
Dec 6, 2012 1:40am PST
parents, jared and christie frye to give the girl back within 60 days. but they aren't giving in. their lawyers telling abc news in a statement -- they believe the district court made some fundamental errors in its decision. and they will raise those with the appropriate appellate court. >> this is a really sad case all around. it is possible that every single person in this case was freeing to do what was in the best interest of the child. >> reporter: as for the child the young girl caught in the middle of all this sunny will be turning 2 years old in march. at this point there is no indication if she will spend the birthday with her adoptive parents or biological father. muhammad lila, abc news, new york. >> where do you begin to unravel that one? if the birth couple, they're disputing each other's stories. that is a hard thing to sort out right there. did he know or not know? >> well, you have to look when he was deployed. if he was deployed when she was 7 months pregnant and she was showing -- >> he had to have known. >> he had to have known. i was showing after eight days l
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